MadCow2357 wrote:windu34 wrote:JonB wrote:
For the sake of accuracy- you made other people do your cleaning at Nationals. haha
Pro Tip: Harvard loves applicants that know their way around a swiffer
LOL will keep that in mind!
By the way you are at Harvard?!!!! Amazing!
Is anyone planning on measuring the track there? Thoughts? I've been really debating about this because even small minute changes (like 2 cm or so) can make a big difference in the long run, so advice?
shrewdPanther46 wrote:The problem is, I am not sure if a laser distance measurement thing is allowed, because we aren't allowed electrical devices for aligning. I feel like its kinda shady, so I submitted an FAQ. The way we always practice is with a standard tape measure thing, but I fear that we would either go overtime or cut it very close if we measure the track with it.
shrewdPanther46 wrote:That rule discusses the use of electrical devices for SIGHTING/AIMING, not for figuring out the length of the track.
M017 wrote:Would I be able to measure out to 12m, for aiming purposes? If we point our car at 65cm to the right at 12m, it gets center line and ends on the center of the line.
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